Heading To Travel & Tourism For A Sustainable Future

BVA Editor

23rd May 2024

The BBTF team in cooperation with tour and travel industry players has expressed a desire to restructure the Bali tourism business according to quality and sustainability values and principles.

“Promoting quality and sustainability in tourism can have a major impact on the global economic recovery, but it must be done consistently with firm resolutions and commitments. “Together we can bounce back.” said I Putu Winastra, the Head Committee of BBTF 2023 – also Chairman of ASITA Bali Chapter.

International tourism continues to show strong signs of recovery, with arrivals reaching 57% of pre-pandemic levels in the first seven months of 2022.

According to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer, international tourist arrivals almost tripled in January to July 2022 (+172%) compared to the same period of 2021. This means the sector recovered almost 60% of pre-pandemic levels. The steady recovery reflects strong pent-up demand for international travel as well as the easing or lifting of travel restrictions to date.

Into this dynamic global context, Indonesian stakeholders are firmly committed to embrace the 12 aims of sustainability in tourism as defined by the UNWTO: Economic Viability, Local Prosperity, Employment Quality, Social Equity, Visitor Fulfillment, Local Control, Community Well-being, Culture Richness, Physical Integrity, Biological Diversity, Resource Efficiency, and Environmental Purity.


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